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Reports tagged with log rank conjecture:
TR11-157 | 25th November 2011
Eli Ben-Sasson, Shachar Lovett, Noga Ron-Zewi

An additive combinatorics approach to the log-rank conjecture in communication complexity

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For a {0,1}-valued matrix $M$ let CC($M$) denote the deterministic communication complexity of the boolean function associated with $M$. The log-rank conjecture of Lovasz and Saks [FOCS 1988] states that CC($M$) is at most $\log^c({\mbox{rank}}(M))$ for some absolute constant $c$ where rank($M$) denotes the rank of $M$ over the field ... more >>>


TR13-080 | 4th June 2013
Dmitry Gavinsky, Shachar Lovett

En Route to the log-rank Conjecture: New Reductions and Equivalent Formulations

We prove that several measures in communication complexity are equivalent, up to polynomial factors in the logarithm of the rank of the associated matrix: deterministic communication complexity, randomized communication complexity, information cost and zero-communication cost. This shows that in order to prove the log-rank conjecture, it suffices to show that ... more >>>


TR14-041 | 31st March 2014
Shachar Lovett

Recent advances on the log-rank conjecture in communication complexity

The log-rank conjecture is one of the fundamental open problems in communication complexity. It speculates that the deterministic communication complexity of any two-party function is equal to the log of the rank of its associated matrix, up to polynomial factors. Despite much research, we still know very little about this ... more >>>


TR17-011 | 22nd January 2017
Boaz Barak, Pravesh Kothari, David Steurer

Quantum entanglement, sum of squares, and the log rank conjecture

For every constant $\epsilon>0$, we give an $\exp(\tilde{O}(\sqrt{n}))$-time algorithm for the $1$ vs $1-\epsilon$ Best Separable State (BSS) problem of distinguishing, given an $n^2\times n^2$ matrix $M$ corresponding to a quantum measurement, between the case that there is a separable (i.e., non-entangled) state $\rho$ that $M$ accepts with probability $1$, ... more >>>


TR20-119 | 1st August 2020
Nikhil Mande, Swagato Sanyal

On parity decision trees for Fourier-sparse Boolean functions

We study parity decision trees for Boolean functions. The motivation of our study is the log-rank conjecture for XOR functions and its connection to Fourier analysis and parity decision tree complexity. Our contributions are as follows. Let $f : \mathbb{F}_2^n \to \{-1, 1\}$ be a Boolean function with Fourier support ... more >>>




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